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Through plenary, Council will ask Madrid to remove barriers to refugee reception

Through plenary, Council will ask Madrid to remove barriers to refugee reception

According to the Formentera Council's Office of Social Welfare, a plenary meeting this Friday February 24 will involve an official statement from the administration urging fewer obstacles to incoming refugees. Drafted by political groups Gent per Formentera and PSOE, the document airs concerns over the desperate situation of Syrians displaced by war in their country, a conflict now in its fifth year. The text also highlights, ...

Signups open for course on integration

Signups open for course on integration

Through Friday March 3, registration will take place for the Formentera Council Office of Social Welfare's course on social and cultural integration. Now in its twentieth year, the course is held twice annually, once in November and again in March. This round of classes will begin March 7 and finish the 30th. Space is available for 15 and individuals interested in enrolling are asked to inquire at the social welfare office. A...

This Sunday, Formentera celebrates Carnaval 2017

This Sunday, Formentera celebrates Carnaval 2017

Earlier today the Formentera Council's Office of Culture and Local Holidays unveiled details of Carnaval 2017 festivities, which are scheduled to take place Sunday February 26 in Sant Francesc. Participants are called upon to gather in the Sa Senieta car park at 11.00am to sign up for the day's contest. Setting off at 12 noon, the procession will wind down main streets of Sant Francesc, helped along by the music of Voice & Sen...

Debris cleared from local gully

Debris cleared from local gully

In an announcement today, the Formentera Council's Office of Environment detailed recent work by the department to clear a gully called “torrent de s'Alga” located on the Migjorn coastline, of accumulated sediment and seaweed. According to environment councillor Daisee Aguilera, heavy rains in December and January led to a large build up of sediment at the mouth of the torrent, or gully. “There was a risk,” she said, “the pile...

Formentera joins Amnesty International's push for state commitment on refugees

Formentera joins Amnesty International's push for state commitment on refugees

Formentera Council president Jaume Ferrer, vice-president Susana Labrador and social welfare councillor Vanessa Parellada met today with Amnesty International's coordinator in the Balearics, Francisco Palacios, and another member of the group, Miguel Angel Romero. The Council took the occasion to show its support for the NGO's campaign urging Spanish state action on refugees. According to an announcement from Councillor Parel...

Experts study restoration of can Ramon

Experts study restoration of can Ramon

According to an announcement from the Office of Patrimony of the Formentera Council, this week a restoration team from Universitat Politècnica de València specially trained in historical heritage sites will begin mapping and studying potential obstacles at the can Ramon building site. According to office head Councillor Susana Labrador, the present studies will lay the groundwork for future upgrades of the building. The team ...

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